REVIEW FOR THROTTLE MAX NATIONAL BIKING CHAMPIONSHIPS
A victory here will be a great way to impress the Dhoom queen who turns up later tonite. For most participants here, however, the motivation is much greater - it's the victory.
The Hyderabad leg of Castrol Power1 Throttle Max National Biking Championships will be held at the HMT Grounds in Chintal, on 12th May. More than 200 crack bikers of town are expected to show up, showcasing their riding skills, grit and determination.
The event will be held simultaneously in about 12 cities, and two winners from each city will compete against each other in the National Finals to be held at Indore on 16th June. The final winner gets a return ticket to Malaysia and a chance to watch the Malaysian Moto GP to be held in Kuala Lampur.
The Hyderabad leg of the championships will have three stages on a dirt track - the open straight stretch, the obstacle course, and the wiggle-woggle section. Bikers can compete in stock bikes in the < 125cc (4-stroke Indian-made) and 126-250cc (4-stroke Indian-made) categories. Only 40 bikers will be allowed in each class.
Winners will be awarded trophies for the first three positions, and two winners get selected to compete in the National Finals in Indore. Winners will be decided by the total points earned in each category. 20 points will be awarded to the 1st placed rider, 19 to the 2nd, 18 to the 3rd and so on, until the 7th position.
Registrations will take place at the venue on 11th May between 3pm and 4pm. The registration fee is Rs. 50 per entry and an additional Rs. 50 towards a racing license for one day. For further details, please contact the organisers at 022-2367-7631.